Tether Reportedly Moves Its Reserves to Bahamas-based Deltec Bank

  • Alex Morris
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    Tether is now holding its reserves at Deltec Bank. The bank has recently signed a deal with Tether, and many OTC trading desks are already willing to redeem USDT


Tether Reportedly Moves Its Reserves to Bahamas-based Deltec Bank

According to a new report, Tether is now holding its reserves at Deltec Bank. The bank, which is based in the Caribbean, has recently signed a deal with Tether, and many OTC trading desks are already willing to redeem USDT directly by opening an account with Deltec Bank. Further details about Tether’s new cooperation are expected to be revealed in the nearest future.   

As U.Today reported earlier, Noble International, which had been previously banking with Tether and Bitfinex, has lost its clients, currently looking for a new buyer. Meanwhile, USDT is struggling to regain stability after recently plunging to its 18-month low.
 

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